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Iraq / Election Protests / Saddam Trial #814939

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 27, 2005
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(Studio: Campbell Brown) Attacks in Iraq killing police & civilians noted.

(Baghdad: Richard Engel) The power struggle over Iraq’s new government featured; scenes shown of protests in Baghdad & Baquba by Sunnis & secular Shiites complaining about election fraud; details given of concern about Shiite support of Iran. [WOMAN – tells Iran to just leave Iraq alone.] Fear that former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein’s influence is growing noted; scenes shown of Senator Arlen Specter at Saddam’s trial and of the mass grave of Shiites killed in a 1991 uprising. [SPECTER – says he is advocating that the court stop Saddam from using it as a propaganda vehicle.]

Brown, Campbell;
Engel, Richard

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